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How to assemble and paint an army in a month (or 2): Quarantine not included.

So if you’ve been following along some of you know I’ve been collecting White Scars, and painting them for about 3 weeks as of this writing. I have had 3-4 games with them as well, and although I am working from home right now, I have been extremely busy with work, and was actually on a technical course (taken remotely

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Prot’s Eldar Scheme Finalized. The First Finished Models and Test Models.

Sometimes when I’m deciding on a scheme I get asked how I come up with my recipes whether it be my Ultramarines, or Custodes, or these Eldar. And I always say it’s just a little extra work but it goes a long way. What I mean by that is use a simple test model, and get the ‘uncertainties’ out of

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Adeptus Custodes Hobby Update. Valoris, Virtus Praetors and Custodian Guard Pictures.

An Update of an Instant Classic. I love the Custodes background. All of it. The novels, the models, the playstyle, etc. But what can turn into a grind is doing the gold ‘properly’. For me I’m always looking for ways of aging the gold in a ‘classic’ appearance without diminishing the stunning effect that an army of gold can look

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